BIBL 105 Week 2 Quiz | Regent University
• Question 1
Chronological presentations in the Bible tend to be . . .
• Question 2
According to Witherington, biblical laws should be applied to secular law codes
• Question 3
According to Witherington, biblical genealogies are not necessarily complete.
• Question 4
were more interested in revealing character than events
considered individuality to be important
• Question 5
The grand story of the Bible presents hope for all creation, and not just people.
• Question 6
Which of the following is a true statement?
• Question 7
Even though Eve is the one who sinned first, Adam is the one whom God holds responsible.
• Question 8
According to Witherington, one should begin Bible reading using what he calls “the inchworm approach,” namely a methodical approach, reading a text, making observations, understanding the relationship of clauses, sentences, paragraphs, etc., for the purpose of understanding an individual author’s message.
• Question 9
According to Witherington, the most important differences between other creation accounts and the biblical account involve the concepts of monotheism and creation out of nothing.
• Question 10
Emphasis on figurative language of the Bible undermines confidence in its accuracy.
• Question 11
The biblical authors were not trying to be perfectly objective, but were rather openly presenting things from their own point of view.
• Question 12
The biblical account of creation is closely related to many other ancient creation accounts.
• Question 13
According to Witherington, the grand narrative of Scripture can rightly be called “salvation history.”
• Question 14
The Bible was written using descriptions which were not necessarily scientifically accurate, but rather in what is called “phenomenological language.”
• Question 15
Indicate all of the subjects about which the Bible teaches.